A Woman Alone by Dario Fo and Franca Rame, takes a wry look at a repressed, disempowered housewife killing time while adrift in timeless issues. As Rame said, "I draw on problems that women have within society at large. The most important thing that I would wish to see... is respect for women everywhere: at home, in the street, in the family and in bed."
The play, post-feminism, introduces a woman unhinged by patriarchal clamour, unable to turn down its noise. A disturbed woman. An abused woman. A woman alone.
Production: A Women Alone
Date: Monday, 20 April to Saturday, 2 May
Venue: Alexander Upstairs
Cost: R80 - 90
Bookings can be made via the Alexander Upstairs website.
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